Are We Meant to Be?
In all honesty, I’m not for everyone. And that’s ok.
That’s because many people want things done super cheap, and they want it done yesterday. And I do neither. Again, that’s ok.
My clients come in all shapes and sizes, from anywhere on the globe. I am just as likely to work for a small tree cutting service in Boston as I am for a 150 store chain, or perhaps an international finance, healthcare, or IT company. Any industry, any size company, and any size job – from one-time projects to ongoing monthly work.
Here’s what all of my clients have in common: My clients all believe copywriting and customer engagement is important, and they want someone good to handle it for them. They want someone who is friendly and approachable, someone who can help with overall branding, someone who can sit in on the marketing meeting and contribute, and most importantly, someone who can engage their readers and get across what needs to get across. That’s me.
I usually work directly with company presidents / owners, or people fairly near the top. People with vision and ideas, but who maybe need help clearly expressing them. Or, sometimes clients will come to me, hand me a bunch of “stuff”, and say “make something out of this”. And I do.
For larger companies, I often work with the marketing department, or the VP of digital content, etc. For many companies, I’m their missing link and/or secret weapon (which is a pretty cool way to be thought of, to be honest!)
Plagiarize-fueled Google Doom? Nah…
In addition, my clients want a real writer. A wordsmithing marketing professional who writes from scratch. One they can converse with (either by phone or e-mail).
What they don’t want is to worry about someone cutting and pasting them to “cease and desist” letters and Google’s eternal scorn. Which, sadly, happens way more than it should in this outsourced “I’ll write your page (or eat a bug) for $5” world.
No, the real writer you want is me. Everything I write is written fresh, from scratch, for you. There’s no other way to do it.